Whether you need wheelchair assistance or just need to navigate a sidewalk, Toyota's Tokyo Motor Show concepts are here to help -- conceptually.
The Toyota Concept-i Ride builds upon an earlier concept with a vehicle designed specifically to make life easier for the handicapped.
Gull-wing doors provide loads of space for easy ingress and egress.
There's a space behind the single seat for wheelchair storage.
Instead of using pedals, the vehicle is controlled with joysticks.
It is designed for both piloted and autonomous driving.
The interior features Toyota's AI system that was originally shown off at CES 2017.
The AI agent can anticipate the occupants' needs and respond in kind.
Whether it's suggesting a destination or changing the cabin lighting, the AI wants to ensure the occupants are as chill as possible.
Exterior screens allow the AI to "communicate" with others.
We'll be on site at the Tokyo Motor Show, so keep your eyes on Roadshow to learn more about these concepts.
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